Archive for Blog

3 Strategies to Supercharge your Executive Career

3 Strategies to Supercharge your Executive Career

76% of Senior Executives report they’re miserable in their roles…here’s how to change that.   For the first time in 50 years, job candidates control the market! Why are many executives feeling dissatisfied in their current role? Much of it is because senior leaders and…

Continue reading →

Scale Up or Become Irrelevant

Scale Up or Become Irrelevant

5 Proven Practices for Rapid Growth An interview with Verne Harnish, CEO Scaling Up, Founder of the Entrepreneurs Organization and their premier CEO program at MIT, bestselling and award-winning author and Forbes contributor. Growing a business is exhilarating. Regardless of whether you’ve founded your own…

Continue reading →

Eat Smart; Awaken Your Inner Ninja

Eat Smart; Awaken Your Inner Ninja

Dr. Maria Urso’s tips and tricks on how to eat well, indulge your cravings and avoid hitting “the wall” at work Is what you eat impacting your performance at work? Do you hit a wall around 2pm that no combination of candy bars and caffeine…

Continue reading →

Kids, Cancer & the Ultimate Mentors…

Kids, Cancer & the Ultimate Mentors…

Here’s What Happens After You say “No” to a Navy SEAL. When Adam La Reau first approached hospitals with his big idea -teach children with cancer rock climbing- he was told “You can’t do that…it’s too dangerous”! Fortunately he did it anyway and 3 years…

Continue reading →

Unintended Leadership Drama

Your leadership style can create a high-performance culture or one filled with unintended drama and performance drag, as evidenced by talk show host, Steve Harvey’s, recent scathing and condescending staff memo. Listen in to this solocast, as Kelli dissects where and why, the now infamous…

Continue reading →

Diversity & Leadership: What’s Google Got to Do With It?

A firestorm of controversy has been created by a google engineer’s 3300-word anti-diversity memo that included comments like, “Google’s commitment to hiring more women makes our company less competitive.” Google’s employee population, by the way, is 69% male and this mindset against diversity is likely…

Continue reading →

Championing Innovation Despite Resistance

Under normal circumstances, most people would agree that innovation-based change is a good thing. It keeps organizations competitive and on the leading edge. So, why is innovation met with such resistance — and, more importantly, what can you, as a high-performing leader, do about it?…

Continue reading →

Leadership + Low Emotional Intelligence = Uber Horror Show

In this episode of The Leadership Journey podcast, Kelli McCauley takes a hard look at car transportation and food delivery app, Uber, through a leadership lens. She examines how CEO, Travis Kalanick’s, “gangsta culture” at Uber has threatened a genius business. The culture at Uber…

Continue reading →

Winning with Women

This podcast is part of our Women in Leadership series. In their recent report, the LeanIN Organization in partnership with McKinsey & Co., found that US companies’ commitment to gender diversity is at an all-time high. But, most organizations are struggling to see results and…

Continue reading →

An Interview with Jon Tota

An interview with Jon Tota, President of Edulence

Continue reading →

Page 1 of 2 1 2